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Old 09-27-2009, 04:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does this app also redial dropped calls? The app description says that it dials busy numbers until there is an answer. If the app does both, I will get it.
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I'm curious about this app. Where can you get it at?
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You can read more about Auto App Redial Pro at:

appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/566

Seems a bit pricey at $6.99, but I haven't used it yet to determine its worth.
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I also emailed the vendor. The Auto Redail Pro app only works on calls with a busy signal allowing customization of the connection attempts. The other app, Auto Redial, only redials after the call is dropped. The vendor support at ARP said that the redial after the dropped call has been added as a possible update in the future.
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I ended up getting the Auto Redial since redialing dropped calls is more of an issue for me and it was only $1.
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I got the Auto Redial Pro for busy numbers as well. Hopefully, someone will develop an app that combines both features.
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Ok so which app is the one that keeps trying busy numbers? That's what I want. Which one do I need?
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Auto Redial Pro redials busy numbers whereas Auto Redial redials dropped calls.
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Got it!
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Sounds good! I need that app.
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